Hikes

–> SPRING 2018 HIKES <–

All hikes are open to the public.

WEDNESDAY EVENING WALK WITH STFN – Leisurely
April 18th at 6:30 p.m.

Springwater CA, meet at the main parking lot opposite 8079 Springwater Rd
Info Tom: 519-765-2858

EARTH DAY HIKE – 11 km on old rail bed
Sunday, April 22nd

Hike the Lynn Valley Trail followed by lunch in Port Dover
Call Loretta at 519-782-7550 for time and meeting location.

WEDNESDAY EVENING WALK WITH STFN – Leisurely
April 25th at 6:30 p.m.

Archie Coulter CA, 46900 Brouwer’s Line
Info Tom: 519-765-2858

SPRING TRAIL GROOMING
Saturday, April 28th at 9 a.m.

Meet at Mellor Rd
Info Brian: 519-633-3064

WEDNESDAY EVENING WALK WITH STFN – Leisurely
May 2nd at 6:30 p.m.

Dan Patterson CA, parking lot corner of Highbury and Mapleton Line
Info Tom: 519-765-2858

PORT STANLEY TO CR 45 – 10-12 KM – DIFFICULT
Saturday, May 5th

Call Loretta at 519-782-7550 for time and meeting location.

TRILLIUM WALK AT CORNER’S CORNER
Saturday, May 12th at 10 a.m.

45045 Fruit Ridge Line
Info Brian: 519-633-3064

WEDNESDAY EVENING WALK WITH STFN – Leisurely
May 16th at 6:30 p.m.

Corner’s Corner, 45045 Fruit Ridge Line
Info Tom: 519-765-2858

SPRING HIKE ON DUTTON/DUNWICH TRANS CANADA TRAIL
Saturday, May 19th at 10 a.m.

Meet at 28055 Lakeview Line
Info Marg: 519-762-2049

WEDNESDAY EVENING WALK WITH STFN – Leisurely
May 23rd at 6:30 p.m.

Hawk Cliff Rd, south end of Fairview Rd
Info Tom: 519-765-2858

GO TO BLAZES – ANNUAL TRAIL MAINTENANCE
Saturday, May 26th at 9 a.m.

Red barn in Paynes Mills for a morning of trail maintenance.
Info Tom: 519-764-2356


The EHTC and Hike Ontario’s rating system

The Level of Difficulty or Terrain

  • Level 1: Well-defined trails, gentle inclines. Hiking boots not required, but trails may be wet. Is suitable for beginners. This level is recommended for newcomers to club activities.
  • Level 2: Generally on trail. May be hilly, light bushwhacking, some rough spots or obstacles. Boots are recommended.
  • Level 3: Rough terrain with one or more of the following: extensive bushwhacking, steep sections, long climbs and descents, beaver dams, rock scrambling or other obstacles. Boots, Level 2 experience, and a high level of fitness essential. Long pants and sleeves recommended.

The Speed/Pace

  • Leisurely = less than 2 km/h
  • Slow = 2-3 km/h
  • Moderate = 3-4 km/h
  • Fast = 5 km/h or greater

Remember
To participate in an organized hike you need to be able to complete the specified length of the hike on your own or with your support person within the time allotted.